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Dell showcases prototype Windows 7 tablet and business PCs


Dell has showcased their new 10-inch Windows 7-based device and business PCs at the recent company's "Dell Means Business" event in San Francisco.

At the recent Dell event, Steven Lalla, vice president and general manager of Dell commercial client product group, showed a prototype 10-inch business tablet device that is running Windows 7 operating system. The tablet is designed for users who want mobility, security, manageability, and easy integration with existing infrastructures. According to the company, the Intel-based tablet would also come in Android flavor though it may not be under the Streak family. No pricing has been revealed for the Windows 7 business tablet though Dell said it could be available by June this year. 

Other new products unveiled at the event include laptops, desktops, workstations, and Latitude XT3 convertible tablet (above picture).

Source: CNET

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